Tuesday, December 10, 2013

When Republicans pass their agenda without one Democratic vote...

The following is either a practical joke concocted by the Journal Sentinel, or a sign they've got a real editor problem.

In a ridiculously written partisan piece of trash, something you'd find at the MacIver Institute website, I found this line to be the most hypocritical:
“The Democrats' hubris in passing a fundamental health care transformation without a single Republican vote combined with President Barack Obama's lethal combination of deliberate deception and utter incompetence in the Obamacare rollout has breathed new life into the GOP for the 2014 elections.”
Re-written by me, with an honest, more local perspective:
“The Republican hubris in passing a fundamental change in collective bargaining without a single Democratic vote combined with Walker’s lethal combination of deliberate deception and utter incompetence in the WEDC rollout has breathed new life into the Democratic Party for the 2014 elections.”
Who's message didn't have to create a false premise, and rang true? Republicans are under the impression no one would notice. 

If you want a good laugh, check out the rest of the editorial. It's hard to believe real people, Francis Cannon And Maggie Gallagher, wrote this as serious commentary. 

1 comment:

Jake formerly of the LP said...

How many Dem votes did Act 10 get? Or either of Walker's budgets?

Funny how our "liberal media" says that only Dems should be the ones that are all "bipartisany", isn't it?

That rag has to go.